LOCAL AREAS

AMAZING PLACES TO SEE AND THINGS TO DO ON THE CASSOWARY COAST

TULLY, LOWER TULLY AND FELUGA

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Tully is a town in the Cassowary Coast region with a population of 2,436 people. It is situated between the cities of Cairns and Townsville, approximately 140 kilometres south of cairns and 210 kilometres north of Townsville.

INNISFAIL, MOURILYAN, SOUTH JOHNSTONE & MUNDOO

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Innisfail (originally called Geraldton before 1910) is the largest town in the region of the Cassowary Coast. It has a population of about 10,000 people. Surrounded by a World Heritage listed tropical rainforest biome, Innisfail is located approximately 100km South of Cairns. Local

CARDWELL, KENNEDY AND MURRAY UPPER

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Cardwell is a small tropical town on the Cassowary Coast. It lies between the Cardwell Range to the west and the Great Barrier Reef to the east. It was named after British politician Edward Cardwell who was Secretary of State for the Colonies at that time. Cardwell (like many towns in the region) is surrounded by World Heritage listed tropical rainforests.

MISSION BEACH, EL ARISH AND SILKWOOD

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Mission Beach is a beautifully scenic locality on the Cassowary Coast. Mission Beach and its surrounding villages counted a total population of 3,181 people in the 2011 census. The once individual villages of Mission Beach and Bingil Bay and South Mission Beach and Wongaling Beach have grown such that they are now considered as one town.